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Diploma in Law Open Evening

The Diploma Centre will showcase the facilities the Law Society of Ireland has to offer at an Open Evening for this year’s Diploma in Law on Thursday 7 May from 5:30pm to 7pm.

Our Diploma in Law, which begins on Friday 6 September 2019, has been developed to provide students with an opportunity to study the law in an engaging and flexible learning environment. The course is designed for those who require an introduction to the discipline of law and uniquely integrates the academic theory with the practice of law across eight core modules. 

The Open Evening provides an opportunity for would-be students to come and view our state-of-the-art campus, meet the Diploma Centre team and experience what our Diploma in Law has to offer. There will be tours of the lecture theatres and library along with a seminar highlighting the graduate experience, lecturer insight and course overview.


To register attendance at the Open Evening, go to

Further information

Visit the Law Society website or contact the Course Leader John Lunney

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